Water Towers, Liquid Holding Tank Linings: Coatings, Sealants, Polymers and Paints
“Avoid the wearing away of parts and equipment due to chemical reactions through the use of corrosion resistant coatings.”
The most recent studies indicate the total cost of corrosion issues in the United States alone is in excess of $276 Billion Dollars!
Corrosion is an electrochemical process in which a metal reacts with its environment to form an oxide or another compound. The cell which causes this corrosion process has three essential constituents: an anode, a cathode and an electrolyte (electrically conducting solution). The corrosion process can also be further complicated by the mixture of harmful chemicals and solvents used during various manufacturing processes.
Corrosion can be present in a process in different ways: as a primary problem in dealing with corrosive chemicals in dry or wet form, environmental conditions or as a secondary problem associated with the processing and or manufacturing of products.
Our Contractors have a wide range of coating options to help address Corrosion issues:
- Water tower coatings and paints
- Epoxy Floor Coatings
- Rustoleum Polyurea
- Metalic Floor Coatings
- Polyaspartic Floor Coating
- Zero VOC
- Zero HAP
- XIM – X-I-M
- Krud Kutter
- Anti-Slip Floor Coatings
- Rust Prevention and Rust Removal
These options include the application of corrosion resistance thermally sprayed metals and polymers or a combination of the two technologies. In many instances, our coatings can address the corrosive problem while providing secondary benefits such as Release or improved surface hardness promoting erosion resistance.